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reference sample, but let's see what codis tells us. (computer blips) the blood belongs to nathan madden. nathan madden. probably works for ivan, he's probably got a record. no, you know what, it's exactly the opposite. he was reported missing two days ago by his wife susan madden. so she must've provided a reference sample to the department just in case. wolfe: their address is a yacht in wayside marina. i'll call h. thanks, natalia. yeah. h, yeah, we got a lead on the blood pool. susan madden? i'm susan madden. miami-dade police, ma'am. can i see some id? we're here about the missing persons report you filed on your husband. did you find him? we think he may be in some danger, ma'am. delko: we found traces of his blood at the aegis fighting club. we wanted to know why he might be at the club. i don't know. a man came to see nathan a couple days ago. you recognize this man? no. i heard nathan say his name. weller. they were in an argument. get out of here, weller. it's gonna happen one way or the other. i will not let you do this. honey, what's going on? listen... i like that you're wil
late december all because of a little boy's christmas wish coming true. little 5-year-old nathan norman is getting the mail and lots of it. so much so his entire family right there helping him, mom, dad, his sister there too. their mailbox already overflowing with christmas cards. >> nathan racing in to wish you a merry christmas. >> reporter: the holiday coming early for a boy who wanted it to. nathan has been fighting cancer since he was just a year old. his mom and dad and the phone calls had come at all hours of the day. >> it's never good when the doctor's office calls you after hours. >> reporter: what started as brain cancer has spread. he's had surgery and chemotherapy and he's fighting it. but his latest scan showed the tumors have been stubborn and even at 5 knowing he's up against a fight he said that the one thing that would make him happy get him through it is celebrate an early christmas. >> nathan asked when we come home if we would put up our christmas tree and our lights, that he thought that would make him feel better. >> reporter: and this weekend it wasn't just chris
was working for a man named nathan sproul. he has been working on campaigns for years. and what does the campaign work include? apparently it includes registering voters in a way that specifically benefits the candidates who hired him, the republican candidates. in 2004 nevada state election officials looked into allegations that sproul . . . democrats who had registered through sproul's group, later told the reno gazette journal their names were not on the rolls when they went to vote. that same year democratseptors leahy, and kennedy sent a letter asking for an immediate investigation against sproul. and nothing happened. and now nathan sproul is back. according to the l.a. times, the republican national committee paid sproul's company, $3 million to recommendster vote fors in colorado nevada north carolina, and virginia this year. and the romney campaign paid sproul an additional $70,000 for five month's of work but he is being investigated again. florida election officials aledge that sproul's company submitted over 100 fraudulent registrations this year. the
and nathan, and scores of grieving family, friends, and colleagues. and that's just in this world. because online, in the virtual world that sean helped create, he is also being mourned by countless competitors, collaborators, and gamers. who shared his passion. tyrone woods, known to most as rone, spent two decades as a navy s.e.a.l., serving multiple tours in iraq and afghanistan. since 2010, he protected american diplomatic personnel in dangerous posts from central america to the middle east. he had the hands of a healer. as well as the arms of a warrior. earning distinction as a registered nurse and certified paramedic. our hearts go out to tyrone's wife, dorothy, and his three sons, tyrone jr., hunter, and kai, born just a few months ago, along with his grieving family, friends, and colleagues. glen doherty, who went by bub, was also a former s.e.a.l. and an experienced paramedic. , too, died as he lived. serving his country and protecting his colleagues. glen deployed to some of the most dangerous places on earth, including iraq and afghanistan. always putting his life on the line to
the first-year anniversary of occupy. we will look at the movement one year later with nathan schneider. >> i think that what has been happening is that the occupiers and all the people who really responded to their rhetoric, and to their dramatic depiction of financial of capitalism in the control and out of control. what people have been figuring out how to do is to move the protest into the neighborhoods and into workplaces, schools. >> and we will look and how occupy protesters in brooklyn, new york could wage a rent strike. >> they have to help us. we have people in the building. >> all that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. public-school teachers in chicago voted to continue their strike, prompting the city's mayor, rahm emanuel, to threaten legal action to force their return to the job. teacher delegates failed to approve the proposal over the weekend. the teachers union president karen lewis said delegates want more time to consult with the rank and file. >> contracts are always a set of negotiations. our mem
.s. commander is nathan benchley. nathan benchley is at the pentagon. (holly hunter) that's great, that's great. (william hurt) it must have been tougher shooting down the mig-21. (holly hunter) what's confrontation like? (william hurt) what's a real dogfight like? it's getting into work as sex, right with this shot here. (holly hunter) that's good. (james brooks) we worked forever on the sound. (james brooks) just her finger on that button. just the way these two people made their connection. far apart and electronically. tom's agenda is to get to her, 'cause he's felt the connection between the two of them, and he hasn't questioned it, he's going with it. she's felt the same thing and she's fleeing from it. you're an amazing woman. what a feeling having you inside my head. yeah. it was... an unusual place to be. it was indescribable. you knew just when to feed me the next line the second before i needed it. there was like a rhythm we got into, it was like... great sex or... that was my favorite moment in dailies, when her head went back, the chair came forward. she almost falls out, as if sh
the ring and says will you marry me. ends. 27:27 27:27that's may gorial reading a note her fianca nathan bluestein rote for her while they were paddling a canoe last weekknd.nathan decided to take may to lake huron and surprise her.but the surprise was on both of them.a huge current hit the lake and trapped them on an near by island. ((take sot)) sot begins 49:10 with may saying the wind start crashing in and the waves are crashing in against the canoe.... ends 1:02 with may towels and he covered me up with the towels he was you know shivering. shivering.they used a cell phone to call 9-1-1they spend hours on the island until the coast guard came and gaveethem a tow.well at least this gave them time to see if they really could standdspending the rest of their lives together and around each other. 3 3 3 a child's hero banned from the classroom. why an nfl role model is being linked to gang activity in one school. 3 virginia. how it nearly - put one woman in the hospital. 3 anncr: this casino's in west marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because vot
. his neighbors are coming to his defense though. >> his neighbors telling us this nathan portnoy who performed c.p. c.p.r. >> first time i had to do anything like this. >> is the same nathan portnoy accused of soliciting sex from a juvenile. for three months he communicated with a 12-year-old online who portrayed herself as an adult. investigators say he discussed having sex and they met at a park in bethesda august 24 near her home. she briefly got into his car and when she got out she was spotted by family members who followed the car and said portnoy pointed a gun at them. police say in the car they found a loaded gun and ammunition handcuffs, zip tie, rope black ski mask and boxes of condoms. but if his neighborhood they say it doesn't make sense. they said he is well liked and they are skeptical of the charges and believe he may have been set up. >> we did reach out to his attorney but are waiting to hear and neighbors say they will be in court to show support for him. >> since today is a holiday you should not have trouble on the roads but tomorrow will be a
at the montgomery county courthouse today to support a 23-year-old iraqi war veteran. 23 neerld nathan is accused of kiddalling a 12-year-old girl for sex. supporters say he's a hero, not a crook. >> a man hailed as a hero two months ago in falls church, virginia, stands accused of kidnapping a 12-year-old girl for sex here in montgomery county. a girl he met online. >> today's supporters, a 23- year-old nathan, a national guardsman who served in iraq, fill ed a courtroom. his lawyer says the victim in the case was posing as an adult online and he was fooled. >> it shows the dangers of use of social networking, not just by a minor child who could get molested or assaulted, but by an adult who could get placed in the situation. >> he was called a hero by fairfax county officials after he tried to save an lek electrocution victim. folks say he brandished a gun at the victim's sister and her boyfriend after a car chase. his bail was reduced today from $1 million to $300,000. in rockville, scott broom, 9news now. >> a car just sitting in the middle of the road. the engine running and nobody behin
children. samantha and nathan. he's an air force veteran served a number of posts including baghdad and the hague. tyrone woods a former navy seal just 41 years old. his family refers to him as rone. they are there. multiple tours serving for this country in iraq and afghanistan. also glen doherty. the former navy seal 42 years old. according to the secretary of state he was an experienced navy seal, paramedic in. a statement his brother said that he joined the seals in 1995 because he had a desire to push himself and to use his talent to make general june change in the world. i have standing by colonel jack jacobs. i'm hoping that we can talk with the colonel about what we are witnessing here. the white house is saying that this is not the so-called dignified transfer of remains. but a ceremony nonetheless. the transfer of remains. you've seen this too many times when it's been soldiers fighting for our country. these are diplomats who were working and serving as the face of our country. around the world. >> this kind of ceremony takes place all the time down in dover, delaware, wh
that are different are just the same on the inside. >> izzie wrote a book about a little boy named nathan on the first day of school and what it's like to feel different. >> i think if it's in schools and kids read this book, they will -- through nathan, they will see nathan is like all kids and they shouldn't make fun of anyone. >> reporter: even her doctor is impressed with how she handles herself. >> i've seen her many, many years. she's never really said she couldn't do anything. she wants to play soccer, she plays soccer. it's not what you see on the outside but what's on the inside. >> maybe others might stop and think, what if i was in those shoes and think about it from those terms to help stop not just the obvious bullying we've all come to associate but some of the silent messages that are sent at school that make people feel excluded. >> reporter: izzie hopes her message will make all kids feel good about themselves. >> first want to go out and teach everyone not to make fun of people because that's just wrong. when people see me, i really want them to see me as someone who is
's go to nathan in maryland. >> caller: boo-yah, cramer, nathan in maryland, my stocks are abbott laboratories, adp, jp morgan, jpm. att, and target. >> sorry, i buzzed you because i don't want to run out of time. this is a really important portfolio. why? because stephanie, action alerts portfolio, also on "fast money" today. we were both thinking this is the stock that we should be buying, philip morris international. target is a discount chain. abbott, pharma, good yields in all these, good growth, tobacco, retailer, pharma, bank, telco. that is, nathan's portfolio is the winner tonight. stay with cramer. now, that's what i call a test drive. silverado! the most dependable, longest lasting, full-size pickups on the road. so, what do you think? [ engine revs ] i'll take it. [ male announcer ] it's chevy truck month. now during chevy truck month, get 0% apr financing for 60 months or trade up to get the 2012 chevy silverado all-star edition with a total value of $8,000. hurry in before they're all gone! in absolute perfect iphysical conditioner, and i had a heart attack right out
? nathan introduced you as his i.t. guy. he always had a talent for understatement. - what do you want from me, alicia? - nothing complicated. you created god. and now you're gonna help me shut it down. [gunfire] - all right, go, go, go! looks like you're just about out of time, my friend. - just about. [tires screech] [gunfire] - get in! - get to the car! [gunshots] [tires screeching] - before nathan died, before your machine killed him, i could tell something was eating away at him, the ethics of what he was building. i thought he was fighting with himself over it. but he was fighting with you. he knew, didn't he? the hubris of creating something as powerful as the machine. i can feel it right now. watching us, listening to us. there's no hiding from it. - i'm so tired of running. - i've made some mistakes. but building the machine is not one of them. you haven't been running from the machine, alicia, and the machine didn't kill nathan. you've been running from people. from people that you and i both trusted. - you're right. and you're lucky i found you first. [sirens wailing] - why didn'
of those with less of a voice. he is survived by his loving and wife and his three young boys, nathan, will, and theo. he will be missed. commissioner wynns: we also want to remember today mary ramirez, an employee of the school district sure yet she started in 1974 and retired in 1977. -- 1997. she worked with many superintendents. for any of you that were around then, she was the person who greeted you when you came into the office. then she went to labor relations. she was well known in the district and had many friends. she will be missed by many, especially her friends in labor relations and human resources. president yee: thank you very much. i think we are going to miss these individuals. all of us knew him. we know what he gave to the community and we will miss him. right now i want to recess our meeting. thank you very much. you are more than welcome to come back after the closed session. [laughter] president yee: excuse me, we are going to continue. [laughter] people have to get out of here. we are adjourning -- we are resuming the regular meeting. i will have two read out tonight
maryland is being called a life saver after helping a toddler on side the road. two-year-old nathan smith wasn't breathing and turning blue. harris who is also a medical doctor loosened smith's jaw and allowed the boy to gasp in air. nathan's grandfather thanked harris and called the boy's recovery a miracle. harris replied wishing the boy well. >>> tonight local firefighters thanked an organization with a big check. the volunteer fire department donated $10,000 to the d.c. firefighters burn foundation. in february two firefighters were injured battling a house fire. the burn foundation helps firefighters throughout the washington area with recovery and rehab. >>> next a homeowner jumps into action after a driver makes a wrong turn and lands in his pool. >>> the new tsa airport tactic that has some flyers fuming. anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland school
. >>> hello. my name is nathan bernard. i'm the founder and director of the boston university urban business accelerator. as you look across the united states, you seatons of small urban businesses that are running on a razor's edge when it comes to cash flow. at the same time, you see numerous university students that are well-educated and eager to get into the communities that surround their campuses. what we've done in an effort to mobilize these two groups is formed the boston university urban business accelerator where we send student neems underserved communities to work with the small businesses within them. over the course of ten weeks, they implement quick books for the business owners and use it is a means to compare the business owners against industry averages as well as identify areas within their business for cost savings. what our program needs is $250,000 so that we can launch this program across the united states serving the underserved communities that need it the most. what you will be doing is investing directly into students' education and the economy as each business we
of voter fraud? >> nathan sproul is a former executive director of the arizona republican party. he's been aaccused of election misconduct by democrats in the past, voter suppression, throwing out voter registration forms. none of them have led to criminal charges or any civil findings against him, but it has made him a somewhat controversial figure. so one of the things mr. sproul said and when the republican national committee hired him to do this, they wanted him to set a new firm up under a name that wasn't traceable to him so it would not be a problem or create problems and create new controversy over him. well, that turned out not to be the case, obviously. strategic allied consulting does link back to nathan sproul and employees of his firm linked to allegations of registration fraud in florida. >> some of the information on the florida voter registration forms were trying to register people with addresses in new york, in one instance a couple was being reregistered to an address in miami that is a shell gas station. >> right. what we have is we also have reports of reports of now i
and related crop prices. so wrote georgia governor nathan deal. >> the epa tells cbs news it's evaluating the requests and has 90 days to respond. the poultry industry says if price relief doesn't come soon, the cost of corn could not only force layoffs but would add to rising food prices this fall. >> dan raviv, cbs news, washington. >> ahead, listening to florida's moms. swing voters in a key swing state. >> jeff: in a presidential campaign that remains very close, the outcome could very well be decided by a few swing voters in a handful of battleground states. one of those states is florida. so we went to hear from a group that both candidate was dearly love to win over, married women with children. >> kelly o'brien worries unless the economy grows faster, opportunities for her 15-year-old son will be limited. >> i know several moms that their kids are graduating from college and they can't get a job. they've, some of them are getting their mbas and they get out of school and can't find a job. >> reporter: o'brien believes a catalyst for her real estate development company will be lowe
tonight. afternoon, a montgomery judge lord nathan portnoy's bond. his sister says they expect him home tonight. two different versions of events a courtroom. he faces charges of kidnapping and soliciting sex minor, but back in july was hailedr veteran hero for performing cpr on who had been the electrocuted the night of the storm. e teenager later died. i cannot get the look of his of my head. they said the charges did not with the man they saw in action. find somebody laying on a a power line -- dragging them out and calling 911. his first court lawyer told a montgomery county judge there any kidnapping or sexual misconduct. oldy say he met the 12-year- a social meeting site and for three months she claims to be 21. on august 24, they met at a park near her bethesda home. wasnoy suspect she shedering -- younger than said. he suggested going out to -- a place fornk she would have to show in i.t.. the attorney says she got into her car until her family called her and he took back home. y found a laundry list of items in his car, but say for most items the explanation. everything else wa
. >>> well, take a good luck at this man. a 23-year-old nathan portnoy and he's charged with first degree assault, kidnapping a child and sexual solicitation. police say he took up a phone relationship with a 12-year-old girl who had posed as an adult. he picked her up last week near her home. eventually she asked him to pull over and she got out. a family member was driving by, saw the girl, decided to follow portnoy. police say he pointed a gun at them. in the back of his car, they found a gun, ammunition, handcuffs, zip tie, ropes, a black ski mask and condoms. police are investigating whether he was in any other crimes and if anybody knows anything about that call the cops. >>> we have chilling evidence about a child sex offender and police think there may be more victims. michael brochu was rearrested after he allegedly committed more offenses against children after posting bond twice. here is andrea mccarren with more. >> reporter: michael brochu has a history of child sex offense dating back to the 1980s. in 1983, a howard county judge sentenced him to five years in prison. but the
amplia la historia... hasta hace algunos dÍas nathan portnoy era un hÉroe para los residentes de fairfax , pero hoy en dÍa enfrenta cargos por tratar de seducir a una menor de edad con el fin de tener sexo con ella.. durante 3 meses sostuvo comunicaciÓn con su victima atravÉs de la internet . ella le aseguro era mayor de edad por lo que acordaron encontrarse en un parque en bethesda , maryland charlaron un rato y jugaron balÓnpie juntos .. despuÉs portnoy la invito a cenar a un restaurant e cercano .. pero en el camino la victima se arrepintiÓ y le pidiÓ que detenga su auto .. y fue en ese momento que aprovecho para bajarse " la familia de la victima, vio cuando ella se bajo del carro y lo siguiÓ ." lo siguieron desesperadamente y lograron apuntar el numero de matricula del auto.. y cuando el sospechoso se percato, saco un arma y les apunto con ella ., dÍas mas tardes autorizaron lograron localizarlo.. " hicieron una bÚsqueda en el carro en el cual encontraron la pistola que estaba con balas, encontraron una caja de condones, tambie Én encontraron unas esposas plÁsticas, u
. this is nathan portnoy. portnoy met the girl online and he believed she was 20, not 12, that he never had sex with her and that he let her out of his car at her request. >> no attempt to restrain her. no threats. no nothing. he lets her off right at her house. there is not one element of kidnapping. it is, if anything, the opposite of kidnapping. >> . >> at i hearing today, the judge lowered the bail from 1 million to $300,000. >>> a car sitting in the middle of the road. the engine running and nobody behind the wheel. but get this, in the back seat police find an 8-month-old girl strapped in her car seat. all of it went down in the wee hours of the monday morning. they tracked down the driver, a relative from woodbridge. he is now charged with child neglect and drunk driving. >>> a 15-year-old in maryland accused of shooting a classmate on the first day of school has now been indicted. robert gladden junior was indicted on nine counts of attempted murder, first degree assault and reckless endangerment. he facials two handgun charges. -- faces two handgun charges. he fired two rounds from a s
disturbing evidenne in his car. montgomeryycounty police say... nathan portnoy... wass involved in a 3-month online &prelationship with a girl who pas pretending to be aa adult. the two met up last friday in fortunately a family member who saw the two in a car together... called the girl's cellphone and she was able to get away safely.police were then abel to catch up with portnoy.listen to what they found in his car... "some people might call it a rape kii there was a mask there was implements to bind somebody if they were used that way." way."police say he also had a hand gun and several boxes of connoms.portnoy is still in police custodd. 3 just daas after aaceeting the republican nomination... mitt romney's twitter account crosses the one-million mark. in a tweet... his campaign thanked followers for their support and made a point of calling the one-million followers "active." meanwhile... the white house's aggressive push to appeal to twitter users has generated a much bigger following. president obama's campaign twitter followers. meanwhile romney and hhsswife, ann, attended church sun
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to professional baseball. joe nathan, a former giant, lost a bet to mike adams, a teammate with the rangers. nathan had to dress in a full tony romo cowboy uniform during batting practice. and the very least zero give him credit, he lived up to is a bit. costs of >>gary: jim calhoun will retire that connecticut's basketball coach. on 873 games in 40 years. >> he is already in the hall a sinker over recent years he has had health problems. >> and jason y area native, intends to fight the charge that he was from when the grasses as tv into a telephone call in the hamptons over the summer. he was arrested in july days after signing with the next. >> a full-blown months after he finished at cal, the same thing, he had a deal of. he is a great guy and likes to drink beer and a visit. with these guys, they have to many options, take a limo, take a cab, get anyone to drive you home. he was the olympic team captain. he is a good guy, but he likes to drink beer. >> when we return, arnold maummar was presented with a very special honored today. we will also have a story about on all the new-line
to bless that. purists would say jim you should make him sell the surgical. let's go to nathan in maryland. >> caller: boo-yah, cramer, nathan in maryland, my stocks are abbott, adp, jp morgan, jpm. att, and target. >> sorry, i buzzed you because i don't want to run out of time. this is a really important portfolio. why? because stephany, action alerts portfolio also on "fast money" today. we were both thinking this is the stock that we should be buying, philip morris international. abbott, pharma, good yeelgds in all these, good growth, tobacco, retailer, pharma, bank, telco. that is, they tan's portfolio is the winner tonight. stay with cramer. you know what i love about this country? trick question. i love everything about this country! including prilosec otc. you know one pill each morning treats your frequent heartburn so you can enjoy all this great land of ours has to offer like demolition derbies. and drive thru weddings. so if you're one of those people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day, block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place. [
getting ready. also with us today, we have nathan backrack of the network financial group. steve, your thoughts. as yo were saying earlier, the fed is essentially throwing the kitchen sink at the economy right now. >> well, no. not just the kitchen sink. you're understating my exaggeration. >> i know where you're going. i thought i'd let you say it. go ahead. >> they said they're going to throw the kitchen sink and warn that the stove and refrigerator would be next. that's, i think, when he says, look, we're not just doing mbs. if we need more, we're going to do more. additional asset purchases different from mortgage-backed securities. in the press conference, i was struck by how -- i guess the best word is populous, the chairman was. he addressed his critics, those who say that we're hurting savers. we're risking inflation. so he went right after the kind of political issue. he addressed main street. he said, hey, this is a main street policy. it's about people getting lower interest rates. i think that he agreed with me when i asked him the question about whether or not this would m
. and on this day in the year 1776, the american soldier nathan hale, agreed to cross enemy lines to spy on the british during the revolutionary war. general george washington had asked for one volunteer and captain hale stepped right up. he gathered intelligence on the red coats as they invaded manhattan. after burning the city to the ground, the british caught nathan hail and the next day they hanged him. but a
after the convention? hari sreenivasan takes a look. >> sreenivasan: i'm joined by nathan gonzales of the rothenberg political report, contributor to roll call and newshour political editor christina bellantoni. the last two weeks we've seen these competing narratives come out and how does this translate seeing those election races that are down ticket, the ones that are not president obama, not candidate romney? >> well, i think this is going to be a jolt back to reality tomorrow morning. the job numbers will be released and we'll be talking about the same eight swing states in the presidential race, the same eight senate seats that will decide the majority, the same 75 house races. for those democratic candidates they need obama to do well but they don't want to be too close because he remains a polarizing figure. >> absolutely. completely right and one of the things you're seeing here is the themes they're trying to hit on. the democrats are trying to criticize the republican ticket and every ticket candidate for paul ryan's budget plan and what it does to medicare. the republic
attacks by islamic fundamentalists contributes. nathan lean, author of the islamophobia industry also believes there is a concerted effort on the part of the conservative right to create a fear of islam. he joins me now. so nathan, let's get down to the hardest issue for you. clearly, the historical record what the public sees in the newspapers contributes to the uptick from 25% to 40%. i presume you can't totally discount that. >> no. that's undeniable. of course, there are always terrorist attacks. there are always episodes of violence that certainly contribute to the way that many americans view and understannis lamb and muslims. that's an unfortunate reality but we have to deal with it. >> eliot: but having said that, you believe that beyond that these attacks that you certainly don't deny when they occur are pervasive in terms of news coverage. you think beyond that, there is a concerted effort by certain groups to particular islamic view when it comes to the violence that they claim in the religion. >>
-point edge. let's bring in the panel, robertrober robert, susan page, and nathan gonzalez. welcome. robert, quickly i want to start with you. you had a bit of new last night about the romney campaign borrowing money, using -- i understand what they did, they basically used their general election funds to borrow money but it also shows you how concerned they have been about the advertising in july and august. >> it's really fascinating story in the sense that the romney campaign who we hear about their general election fund-raising is so big, they have hundreds of millions of dollars ready to go. but they were really struggling in august. they used their general election funds as collateral. just to survive until the convention because they didn't accept public financing. >> it does tell me they have a small donor issue. if they were having good small donors -- >> romney is always doing his fund-raising this week. he still has to raise some money. >> just watching his schedule, you saw lindsey graham was going stop, why are you coming from utah and in dallas, five-day gap. yes, there was a
from jon and jo ann hagler on behalf of the jon l. hagler foundation, and scott nathan and laura debonis. (birds squawking) >> narrator: it's opening day of the fishing season in bristol bay, alaska. >> i would describe it as pretty close to christmas morning. >> it's just intense, man. it's the beginning of june and you know the fish are coming. you can feel it in the air. i mean, that electricity is in the air. >> narrator: every year, these waters are home to the greatest sockeye salmon fishery on earth. >> in the beginning, the first opening, driving out there-- i've been at this 30-plus years-- i'm going, "why am i still doing this?" and then, after about an hour, we pull the nets in. and as soon as that king comes over the roller, all those shadows of doubts go away. and then you realize, here we go again. there's the presents. there's the gold. >> bristol bay is this just phenomenal resource. it's a salmon factory that doesn't exist anywhere else on the planet anymore. >> bristol bay is off the charts for wild salmon production. >> it's the largest sockeye salmon producing sy
on the side of the road. 2-year-old nathan smith's parent said they pulled the car over en route 50 a week ago when they noticed nathan was not breathing. storms closed the roads that day on harris' usual route so he happened by the smiths and pild over to help. he's a licensed medical doctor. smith's grandfather thanked the congressman on facebook and called the boy's recovery a miracle. harris replied, wishing the boy well. >>> alexandria city council man rob krupicka earned 75% of the vote to win the seat for the 45th district. republican timothy mcghee came in second and libertarian justin malkin garnered less than 4%. krupicka will replace him. 15% of active voters turned out for the election. >>> d.c. teachers will now get raises based on performance and the poverty level for their schools. a new career ladder introduced yesterday allows high performing teachers in high poverty schools to move up the pay scale faster. henderson says the goal is to stem teacher turnover and to keep the best educators in the city. there are five wrung on that ladder with expert teacher marking the highest
questionable operative, nathan spew. they're asked to register republicans in five battleground states. they hire thousands of workers, over 2,000 in florida, paying them about $12 an hour to go out, go door to door, get registration forms from republican voters. what happens is a couple weeks ago one of the workers drops off at a palm beach county satellite office 308 new registration forms. they go through, the workers go through it, find repeated problems in about 108 of them, including similar signatures, apparently phony signatures, and phony addresses as we just heard, some linked to a shell gas station, a land rover dealership and a medical building in boca. they then call in susan bucher calls in the republican director and he agrees there's a problem, they take it to the palm beach state attorney's office which launches an investigation. the florida republican party freaks out about this. they immediately fire the firm. meanwhile, there are reports of these irregularities growing throughout the state. as of last night, six counties reporting irregularities in voter registratio
of a disturbing crime. nathan portnoy is the soldier in the virginia national guard recently recognized for his heroic actions during the summer's derecho storm. fox 5's laura evans has the top story tonight. >> this was the same guy who made news on june 29th during the derecho for performing cpr on a man in falls church hit by electric wires that came down in the storm. many called him a hero. now prosecutors argue he's a sexual predator, but today his defense attorney insisted the prosecutors got it wrong. it was around dinner time august 24th. police say nathan portnoy kidnapped a 12-year-old girl outside her bethesda neighborhood. according to court document, portnoy pointed a gun at the girl's sister and boyfriend chasing him. it may sound like an open and shut case, but portnoy's defense attorney says there is much more to this story. >> this is a great guy. >> reporter: portnoy was described in court as a-month- old citizen. he works as a -- model citizen. works as a lab assistant at walter reed and takes care of his mother who has cancer. at a bond hearing dozens showed up to support
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